Ethnicity and Road Safety
In our next webinar in this latest series, Tanya Fosdick is joined by Nicola Wass from So-Mo to discuss road traffic and injury risk in ethnic minority populations and how community insights can help practitioners understand local safety challenges.
Britain’s poorest people and people from ethnic minority groups already bear the brunt of traffic congestion and air pollution. In a recently published report written by Agilysis Limited with Living Streets, results show that they are also more than three times as likely to be a casualty on Britain’s roads.
The published report can be found on our website7 and the webinar on Tuesday will discuss these findings as well as further insight from Nicola about work in Birmingham funded by the The Road Safety Trust in collaboration with Birmingham City Council.